October 15, 1998

Volume 95, Issue 23

Stories from the October 15, 1998 issue of the GW Hatchet.

STATS teaches safe sex to high schoolers

The American Medical Students Association is implementing its first AIDS awareness outreach program to local high schools. Students Teaching AIDS to Students educators will present information to high school students ages 14 to 16. Members said they hope to reduce the AIDS epidemic by teaching students safe sex practices. “We’re hoping to spread around the […]

Free expression – Staff editorial

The independent student newspaper at the University of Maryland at College Park – The Diamondback – published an op-ed Oct. 9 that many readers found blatantly homophobic. Several hundred students gathered at the College Park campus Monday to protest the Diamondback’s publication of the piece. Some protesters carried signs bearing messages such as “Free Speech […]

SA works hard behind the scenes

While I will never say a person should not have his or her own opinions, it is important, I think, for everyone’s opinions to be informed. The op-ed “SA needs to get a clue,” published in the Oct. 13 issue of The GW Hatchet (p. 5) was definitely not an informed opinion piece. Mr. Meinert’s […]

GW readies for two key A-10 matches

This weekend could make or break the GW women’s volleyball team’s up-and-down season. GW stands in seventh place in the Atlantic 10, three matches behind an impressive Temple squad that is alone atop the conference. Five teams sit between Temple and GW. Virginia Tech, one of the five teams, visits the Smith Center Friday at […]

SA needs to prove itself to students

Recently, public debate over the purpose and function of the Student Association, specifically the Senate, has resumed. These attacks on the Senate are not unfounded and are quite valid. So far this year, the accomplishments of the Senate, the most significant branch of the SA, have been nominal. The Senate, however, continues to discredit itself […]

Colonials lose three of four matches in CWPA Round II

The GW men’s water polo suffered three straight Collegiate Water Polo Association losses Saturday and earned one victory Sunday. The Colonials went into Round II of CWPA play this weekend with a 2-1 league record but lost to Bucknell, Salem-Teikyo and Princeton universities. Their only victory came against Slippery Rock University Sunday. In the first […]

Upcoming games

MS-men’s soccerWS-women’s soccerWVB-women’s volleyballCC-cross countryG-golfWP-water poloC-crew Thursday: no games scheduled Friday: MS at St. Bonnie’s-3 p.m.WS vs. St. Bonnie’s-4 p.m.WVB vs. Va. Tech-7:30 p.m.CC at IC4A-ECAC Champ.-10 a.m.G at Stabler IntercollegiateWP at Claremont-McKenna Tourn. Saturday: WVB vs. Duquesne-5 p.m.WP at Claremont-McKenna Tourn.C at Head of the CharlesG at Stabler Intercollegiate Sunday: MS at Duquesne-1 p.m.WS […]

Sports briefs

Transportation to soccer home match available A bus will take GW students to the women’s soccer home match against St. Bonaventure Friday. The bus will leave from the H Street entrance of the Marvin Center at 3 p.m. for the 4 p.m. match. Interested students should sign up in advance in Marvin Center room 427 […]

Rouss?ve’s “Love Songs” unites themes of love and oppression

Love is the threshold all souls cross. It permeates the mind and becomes the body. Love never dies and passion only grows. David Rouss?ve brings these passions to life in “Love Songs,” a production that will be presented by the Washington Performing Arts Society at GW’s Lisner Auditorium this weekend. Rouss?ve transcends time and captures […]

GW’s top talker comes under fire

GW law professor Jonathan Turley never could have predicted the course his life has taken in recent months. He has been one of the preeminent talking heads in the daily saturation commentary on President Clinton’s scandal. He has appeared on countless political talk and news programs – 39 appearances between January and mid-August by one […]